We sell our farm-fresh produce at local farmers markets, at our weekly farm stand, through our CSA program, and to restaurants and other businesses. We also have programs available for those who would like to work in exchange for food. Please see our “How to Help” page for more details.
This season, we will be at the Moscow Farmers Market from May through October, every Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm on Main St. in downtown Moscow. Our stand is on the northeast side of the market, right in front of Moscow Bagel & Deli.
Every Friday, from 4 to 7 pm, (from May to November) we sell our fresh, biologically grown vegetables, fruits, flowers, and herbs at our farm. We are located in the Lewiston Orchards on the corner of Warner Ave. and 15th St.
Community Supported Agriculture
What is a CSA?
Joining a CSA is a wonderful way to support local farmers and receive affordable farm fresh produce each week. CSAs provide benefits for both members and farmers. In exchange for providing the farmer with upfront money for seed and equipment (which can be pretty scarce in the off season), members receive weekly shares of fresh, local produce. The CSA system allows consumers and farmers to share the many risks of farming and makes small-scale, local agriculture economically viable. Members pick up their CSA shares at the farm, allowing farmers and consumers to form lasting relationships, strengthening the local community!
CSA member benefits:
- Weekly supply of fresh, local, healthy food
- Invitations to on-farm events
- Reduce food miles
- Support our local economy
- Develop a farmer to consumer relationship
- Discover new veggies
- Eat seasonally
We sell our veggies to the following local businesses:
For information about ordering our produce for your business, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.